Connecticut Light & Power said Thursday morning they were making excellent progress, but with about 80 percent of Stonington customers still without power First Selectman Ed Haberek said there needs to be drastic changes.
“This is completely dissatisfactory,” Haberek said. “Something needs to change.”
Haberek, state Sen. Andrew Maynard and state Rep. Diana Urban gave a briefing on power restoration efforts and clean up in Stonington.
The three expressed frustration with CL&P and said that while they didn’t want to throw a tantrum they didn’t understand why there has been so little progress.
Play the video clips attached to this article to hear what they had to say about the CL&P response.